Permission to talk is a fundraiser created by the Ol'loreece Foundation to save and extend the lives of men by pairing much - needed health information with music and entertainment into an annual event.
"Ol'loreece" (pronounced Ola-Reese) may sound like a nonsense word, but the foundation's word is anything but meaningless. Founder Jean Braxton chose the name from a word created by her eldest son , who passed away October 2012 from heart disease. He created the word to combine the names of his grandmother, niece and nephew, and the name stuck in the Braxton family.
The Ol'loreece foundation is proud to advocate men's health awareness with Permission To Talk: Men, Medicine & Music. This fundraising event of the foundation is dedicated to getting and keeping men healthy through awareness, support and entertainment.
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